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“Canadian soldiers prepared to go over the top.”, 1916

“Canadian soldiers prepared to go over the top.

Soldiers of the 9th Canadian Infantry Brigade eating aboard a landing craft en route to France, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Ken Bell

Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Brigade eating aboard a landing craft en route to France, 6 June Photographer: Ken Bell (DND/Library & Archives Canada)

We met a WWII vet that survived that day. Though at 90 yrs old now, it sometimes feels like yesterday to him.

Heartbreaking tribute…

A Heartbreaking Tribute. Nine thousand silhouettes were hand drawn in the sand on the Normandy beach to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died on June

falling, red - anne-laure djaballah

Anne-Laure Djaballah - Falling, red acrylic on panel, ideas of things falling and being held keep coming back throughout my work, with part of a larger "root system" of tangles below

what VIMY RIDGE was like during the war...Canadian soldiers at Vimy Ridge with horses packing ammunition

April 1917 - The Canadians obtain a significant victory in the Battle of Vimy Ridge, part of the first phase of the Second Battle of Arras - Canadian soldiers at Vimy Ridge with horses packing ammunition

Hitler Youth soldier captured by Canadian soldiers, Caen, France, 9 Aug 1944 Source National Archives of Canada

[Photo] A Hitler Youth soldier captured by Canadian soldiers, Caen, France, 9 Aug 1944

Pictures Of War, History , American Soldiers Hated Waffen SS Prisoners.

British soldier with Lee-Enfield No. 4 rifle on a street in Caen France 9 July 1944.

British soldier with Lee-Enfield No. 4 rifle on a street in Caen France 9 July Pin by Paolo Marzioli

A Canadian wearing 'Silver Leaf' wellies on his "Snortin' Norton" with his "dribblin' bulldog"

The Loyal Dogs Who Served Alongside Human Soldiers In War A despatch rider in a Quebec regiment gives a lift to the regimental mascot, a British bulldog, October 1941

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